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Will Big Data Magnify Discrimination? Federal Trade Commission Workshop Explores Answers Read More.
September 18, 2014

New Report Highlights the Role of Data in My Brother’s Keeper Program Read More.
September 15, 2014

EdData Privacy Update 9/12/2014 Read More.
September 12, 2014


Danielle Evennou posted on 9/18/2014


Will Big Data Magnify Discrimination? Federal Trade Commission Workshop Explores Answers

Jason Nicewicz posted on 9/15/2014


New Report Highlights the Role of Data in My Brother’s Keeper Program

Rachel Anderson posted on 9/12/2014


EdData Privacy Update 9/12/2014

Guest posted on 9/11/2014


More Than Just Preschool: Grant Opportunity Supports a Continuum of Early Learning and Development

Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 9/8/2014


Effective Data Use Is Improving Outcomes at Sherman Elementary
Data Are Just Part of Good Teaching in Rhode Island

The state of Rhode Island recognized the impact data use has on improving student achievement by prioritizing data use in schools across the state. Sherman Elementary School in the city of Warwick is one example of how the effective use of data by a school community—including teachers, principal, and other school-based staff—can lead to improved academic performance.

admin posted on Fri, 2014-09-05 04:44

The Data Quality Campaign Becomes National Cyber Security Awareness Month Champion

WASHINGTON, DC, September 5, 2014—The Data Quality Campaign joins a growing global effort among government, corporate, non-profit, and academic sectors to promote online safety awareness.

As an official champion of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2014, the Data Quality Campaign (DQC) will promote cyber security awareness resources online and through social media.


Rachel Anderson posted on 8/29/2014


EdData Privacy Update 8/29/2014

To address emerging concerns, new demands for student data, and increasing use of technology in classrooms, states introduced and passed an unprecedented number of bills addressing student data privacy in 2014. This resource provides a summary of 2014 state student data privacy legislation. 


Yasmin Fallahkhair posted on 8/28/2014


NH Education Data Use Stands Out With Unique Tools and Methods

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